Hmm. Maybe Morgan Freeman just forgot he voiced that political spot. After all, he voices practically every commercial out there lately including this one from TBWA\Chiat\Day for Visa called Never Missed A Super Bowl.
The spot highlights the Never Missed a Super Bowl Club, a group of people who haven't missed a Super Bowl in 44 years. The spot offers the chance for anyone to join the club by giving everyone who simply uses their Visa card a chance to go to every Super Bowl game for the rest of their life.
A slimmed down Kelly Osbourne, daughter of rocker Ozzy Osbourne, appears nearly nude in a new Goldfinger-inspired ad campaign for Sky+HD. Osbourne, 26, was painted a gold metallic color just as Shirley Eaton was for the 1964 James Bond film Goldfinger.
Of her appearance in the campaign, Osbourne, who lost weight during her stint on Dancing With the Stars, said, "Since my weight loss I'm a lot more body confident in front of the camera. It's not just celebration for Sky+HD, but for me too."
With Halloween right around the corner, New York City is preparing for the usual deluge of idiots who can't figure out how to have fun without becoming assholes. Aimed at eliminating drunk driving among the males 21-39, the You the Man campaign includes online and radio with the copy, "You, who explained that the cop wasn't wearing a costume..." and "You, who convinced me that my costume didn't mean I was Superman..."
It's pretty basic but, hey, so is making sure you have a designated driver on hand before you head out on the town for some costume-fueled foolery.
- Anja Rubik in the new Fendi Fall/Winter ad campaign.
- The American Catfish industry has launched a new ad campaign to curtail the import of cheaper, Chinese catfish.
- Cutwater is out with a collection of videos for Ubisoft's Assassin's Creed: Brotherhood.
- The Boot Girls ask Americans to put on a pair of boots to raise awareness of the work of those in the military. Even Rick Dees is wearing boots.
- People who come up with a new Bruins Hockey Rule can win the chance to have their rule shown during a Bruins Game on Garden HDX and get a ride on the Zamboni.
Crispin Porter + Bogusky is out with new work for Domino's. Three ads tout the chain's use of natural ingredients with trick focus groups. By trick, we don't mean the focus groups were fake. On the contrary, they were very real and very honest and not all that complimentary to the brand.
The trick aspect comes into play when, in the middle of the focus group, it's dramatically revealed that the focus group is taking place in one of the very spots Domino's gets its natural ingredients.
The set up for the spots required focus group participants to be driven to the location in a limo with blacked out windows and enough background noise to remove any hint of where they were taken.
The reveal is very, very cool. The first spot is called Dairy. Two others, Tomato and Spinach will follow.
Pity the poor rabbit who's at the bottom of the food chain and whose foot is apparently only lucky to others. Feel the pain of a horse as it's put to work, raced or slaughtered for consumption by dogs and cats. Rage against genetic manipulation a turkey endures for your Thanksgiving dinner enjoyment because his wishbone sure doesn't work for him.
No, this isn't a PETA campaign. It's a campaign from KNARF for the School of Visual Arts that urges potential students not to rely on luck for a successful career but, rather, to take matters into their own hands and create their own future.
It's not so much a metaphorical stretch as it is, for better or worse, the acknowledgment we, as humans, have much more choice and control over our destiny than do animals. See two additional versions of the ad here and here.
Colle + McVoy is out with a series of videos featuring a fish named The Bassador. The videos are aimed at getting more people to fish. The Bassador is described as "a cold-hearted talking fish who, simply put, doesn't think very highly of anyone, or anything." And his videos aim to "taunt, mock and challenge people to see if they're up to the task of becoming an Anglers' Legacy Ambassador, a program that taps into people's passion for fishing by asking them to take a pledge to introduce the sport to someone new."
So if you're into taking fish - this one's a bit slow and droll - then check out the series below after the jump.
- Verizon, with help from Powered, is out with Room to Learn, a social media website that aims to help consumers deal with their digital lifestyle.
- New York Festivals has just announced its Call for Entry for the 2011 New York Festivals International Advertising Awards.
- ON Media Group created a 3D projection on the El Capitan Theater to promote ABC's No Ordinary Family.
- Yea, Chevron.
- When Harry Met Sally while eating popcorn.
- Do you love your car as much as this land Rover commercial loves itself?
- The Super Bowl isn't enough for GoDaddy. Nope. It has to have its own bowl, the GoDaddy Bowl. It's taken over sponsorship of what was previously known as the GMAC Bowl.
- Handless model goes topless for cause group.
- WebMediaBrands has launched a new ad school, Mediabistro Creative Pro, a subscription service for creatives looking for affordable training programs.
- Williams Helde is out with its Digital Media Playbook.
- The One Club today announced the second quarter finalists for One Show Interactive
It was too much for Sesame Street but fragrance campaigns have never shied away from beautiful women with ample cleavage. And since this is Katy's own fragrance, she might as well lend her own delicious curvaceousness to the campaign.
The new fragrance is called Purr. Hence the catsuit.
You've got to laugh at these celebutantes who pump themselves up to E cup deliciousness and then end up regretting it after the fact. Apparently, that the sentiment UK Big Brother star Chantelle Houghton has about her surgical boost to 32E.
But that minor issue didn't stop Houghton from using her assets to make a little money along the way. In a new campaign for La Senza, Houghton proudly flaunts her generous curves for the lingerie brand.
Sharing her regret over having the surgery, Houghton told Heat magazine, "They're just too big. Now I just want to hide them. I thought I wanted to go up to that size and I loved them at the time, but now I wish I'd never had them done."
Well, Chantelle, hoisting your pulchritudinous puppies into some revealing lingerie is hardly going in the right direction if concealment was your goal.